PHOTO: Voices United helps Red Cross

The money is the proceeds from the Voices United Choir presentation held Dec. 17 at the Baptist Church

(L-r) Leslie Ross

(L-r) Trinity Shared Ministry choir committee member Leslie Ross, presents cheques for more than $800 to Niki McMillan and Shirley Kochems of the Clearwater Red Cross Help Depot.

The money is the proceeds from the Voices United Choir presentation held Dec. 17 at the Baptist Church. All audience donations and money raised by selling DVDs and CDs of the performance go each year to a charity chosen by the church board.

The choir has been a project of Trinity Shared Ministry (formerly Clearwater United Church ) for more than 15 years. Next year’s practices will begin the first week in October under the leadership of director Louise Weaver.

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